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Julian Raffay
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Mental health research

The aims of this group are (1) to share insights into co-produced research into mental health and (2) to bring together people with lived experience of mental health problems, carers, friends, and health service professionals in order to learn how to improve services.See More
Nov 3, 2016
Andrew Dugmore joined Julian Raffay's group
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Mental health research

The aims of this group are (1) to share insights into co-produced research into mental health and (2) to bring together people with lived experience of mental health problems, carers, friends, and health service professionals in order to learn how to improve services.See More
Oct 7, 2016
Toni King joined Julian Raffay's group
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Mental health research

The aims of this group are (1) to share insights into co-produced research into mental health and (2) to bring together people with lived experience of mental health problems, carers, friends, and health service professionals in order to learn how to improve services.See More
Jul 7, 2015
Jaki Southgate joined Julian Raffay's group
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Mental health research

The aims of this group are (1) to share insights into co-produced research into mental health and (2) to bring together people with lived experience of mental health problems, carers, friends, and health service professionals in order to learn how to improve services.See More
Dec 10, 2014
Julian Raffay commented on Julian Raffay's group Mental health research
"Thanks, Tracey This is an impressive piece of work. Am currently trying to get my head around limits to co-production and what can be achieved when other stakeholders have an interest in the research e.g. funders, healthcare organisations and…"
Nov 3, 2014
Tracey Sherlock commented on Julian Raffay's group Mental health research
"Hi, I wonder if the attached document may be of interest, produced by Mind and nef .... Co-Production%20in%20Mental%20Health%2C%20A%20Literature%20Review.pdf"
Nov 3, 2014
Tracey Sherlock joined Julian Raffay's group
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Mental health research

The aims of this group are (1) to share insights into co-produced research into mental health and (2) to bring together people with lived experience of mental health problems, carers, friends, and health service professionals in order to learn how to improve services.See More
Nov 3, 2014
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Mental health research

The aims of this group are (1) to share insights into co-produced research into mental health and (2) to bring together people with lived experience of mental health problems, carers, friends, and health service professionals in order to learn how to improve services.See More
Oct 24, 2014
Julian Raffay updated their profile
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Oct 24, 2014

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Organisation
Mersey Care NHS Trust
Sector
Mental health
Background to your work
My job title is Specialist Chaplain (Research, Education, and Development). I am currently involved in a research project entitled: 'How could Co-production Principles Improve Mental Health Spiritual and Pastoral Care (Chaplaincy) Services?' I am planning another similar project 'To Co-produce and Test a Framework for Evaluating
Spiritual Care (Chaplaincy) in Mental Health.' I am keen to work with people with lived experience of mental health problems towards learning how we can provide more effective mental health services both in the NHS and in faith communities.
I am also undertaking a professional doctorate that will seek to use co-production methodology to explore how church/faith community groups and statutory mental health services can work together for the best advantage of service users and with suitable safeguards.

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